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    Guns N' Roses Signed Appetite for Destruction LP with Backstage Pass and Temporary Tattoo (Geffen GHS-24148, 1987). The sleazy, wild, and whiskey-soaked first album from the band that toughened-up, then helped tear down, 1980s Hair Metal, autographed by all five members on the verso in silver paint pen: Axl Rose ("W. Axl Rose"), Slash, Duff McKagan ("Duff!"), Izzy Stradlin, and Steven Adler ("Dallas Rocks!"). Included with the album is a temporary tattoo featuring the iconic cross and skulls artwork from the album cover, and a backstage pass from the "Perils of R&R Decadence" tour. Condition: NM 8 (disc)/ Very Good Plus to Fine (sleeve); pass and tattoo Very Good Plus. COA from Heritage Auctions. From the James Bland Dallas Rock and Roll Photographer Archive.

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    March, 2017
    18th Saturday
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